Low pressure toward the southwest promotes an east to southeasterly breeze. Rain across northern England drifts into southern Scotland through the morning, and patchy rain affects Northern Ireland too. Some heavy bursts across southwestern Britain, with local thunderstorms forming. Central and eastern England generally escaping dry. Some sunshine breaking through. The northeast staying murky. Highs ranging from to 20 to 23C in the Midlands, to only 14C in the northeast.
Some heavy rain continues to affect south Wales and southwest England into the evening and night. Rain and drizzle feeds in from the North Sea into east and central Scotland. Patchy rain or drizzle possible elsewhere, but southeastern England plus western Pennine areas generally dry with some cloud breaks. Breezy around southern and some western coasts. Staying mild, lowest temperatures staying at 10 to 14C.
Areas of thundery rain are likely to be focused on Wales and the West Midlands, with some rain already occurring from early morning. A scattering of heavy showers and thunderstorms popping up elsewhere into the afternoon, concentratected across central and western parts of Britain, and much of Ireland. Eastern & southern counties of England more likely escaping dry. Murky in the northeast. Highs 17 to 23C, but only 12C in eastern Scotland.
Slack low pressure stays in charge. Starting largely dry with patches of fog and drizzle locally. A little sun breaking through. A humid and unstable atmosphere will break out into areas of heavy rain and thunderstorms as the day progresses. These will be very hit and miss, but some places may see sustained downpours, whilst nearby stays largely dry. Central-southern England perhaps driest overall. Highs 18 to 23C.